"why not? I have tried cupcakes, let's see if I can pull off a soap cake"
Now, I could not figure out which fragrance to use. Most of the fragrances that I have on hand are mostly floral. But I was able to dig in the back of my soaping closet and found one of my raspberry fragrance from Natures Garden. It's actually called "Lick Me All Over"...hmmm, the names they come up with at times :).
It's actually a dupe of the Sun-warmed Raspberry fragrance type. I really like it and since it's raspberry I figured I should choose some pink/pastel colors.
I did have a little bit of a challenge with the frosting. I stored the soap batter in the refrigerator for the soap to set a little more so that the piping would come out much thicker. I do feel that I need a little more practice trying to figure out when it's ready to pipe, but I must say that I did not do so bad :)
I had a couple of friends and family that were pretty stunned by my final results. I would call that a success.
I am so happy with my cake that I am already thinking of future ones to make. Unfortunately it may not be for some time. I have signed up for Amy Warden's Peacock Swirl Challenge. This will be my first time trying out this technique and I can't wait to get it started.
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